Spring Arthritis Joint Pain Relief Exercises
Arthritis Joint Supplements and Spring Outdoor Activities
March 27, 2013
It may not feel like Spring at the moment with all this talk of cooler weather, but it is in fact Spring. Sooner or later, it will warm up and we will all be able to outside and enjoy the fresh air and beautiful flowers. The question is…what are you going to do this Spring to stay active?
Now, we know it’s hard for some of us to stay active because we spend so much time hunting for the perfect arthritis joint pain relief solution. We’re consumed with our pain that thinking about moving our joints just sounds painful. But as any doctor will tell you, staying active is one of the most important things you can do to counteract arthritis. You can do fun Spring activities that keep you mobile and joints healthy. There are low impact activities that are great outdoor exercises.
Going on a bike ride is very low impact. You still move your knees, but it’s not as harsh as pounding your joints against the pavement like you do when you run. If you don’t own a bike, look into renting one. Find a local bike path and you’re set. On a rainy day, go to your local gym and use the stationary bike.
This is a given. You walk at your own pace anywhere you like. Parks are filled with walkers now. If you like flowers, find a botanical garden and take a stroll. Or you can take the grandkids to the zoo and walk around while the kids enjoy the animals. Some of you may be lucky enough to live next to a beach. That’s the perfect place to walk on a Spring day.
If you’re brave enough to go in the water during Spring temps, swimming is very low impact, but great exercise.
Don’t Forget the Supplements
If you really want healthy joints, you’ll combine low impact physical activity with arthritis joint supplements. Think of our bodies like cars. We need to keep them running so they don’t rust out and stop working. Even if a car looks good on the outside, if it sits idle for too long, the insides get stiff and stop working. You need to change the oil and keep it running so it will continue to be reliable.